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THREE RIVERS — The Three Rivers Post Office participated in the nation’s largest one-day food collection event, which gathered over 5,500 non-perishable food items for the Three Rivers Food Site, on Saturday, May 12.Please see Monday's print or e-edition for full article.
THREE RIVERS — Ten-year-old Faith Balkema won the Three Rivers Commercial-News’ writing contest with her Mother’s Day poem to her mom Erika Balkema. Faith received the opportunity to write her poem at Andrews Elementary. Her fourth-grade teacher Brandy Preston and her fourth-grade writing teacher...
THREE RIVERS — Three Rivers Downtown Development Authority Executive Director Dave Vago rescinded his resignation during a special meeting on Friday, May 11 at the Three Rivers Public Library.   Please see Saturday's  print or e-edition for full article.
THREE RIVERS — The Carnegie Center of the Arts (CCA) hosted the Three Rivers Schools’ 33rd Celebration of the Visual Arts by showcasing the artistic talents of students, pre-kindergarten to 12th grade, on Tuesday, May 8.Please see Friday's  print or e-edition for full article.
THREE RIVERS — Friends at Three Rivers Health grieve following the loss of a trusted, over 20-year employee, Patricia “Patty” Frye. Patricia Frye and her husband Mike Frye, Fabius-Park Township’s Fire Chief, were both riding motorcycles northbound U.S. 131 at about 7:30 p.m. on Saturday, May 5....
CONSTANTINE — The Constantine village council approved amendments to three medical marijuana permits at a May 7 council meeting. Permits for a grow operation, and a processing center were issued to Brett Thompson and Terry Rodino, co-owners of Apogee Processing, LLC, at a Feb. 19 council meeting...
THREE RIVERS —Finance Director Cathy Lawson presented the FY 2019 proposed budget for the City of Three Rivers to the city commission at a special budget meeting on Tuesday, May 8. The proposed budget calls for $19,226,561 in revenues, $21,387,299 in expenditures, and a use of fund balance/...
THREE RIVERS — On Tuesday evening, prior to his resignation on Wednesday, former Three Rivers Downtown Development Authority Board Chair Ron Buckhold sent an email which includes documents that indicate TRDDA Executive Director Dave Vago received an overall satisfactory rating on his 2018...
THREE RIVERS — The first 25 minutes of the city’s special budget meeting on Tuesday, May 8 had little to do with its original purpose, as a number of citizens came to the defense of Three Rivers Downtown Development Authority Executive Director Dave Vago, and placed blame for a myriad of issues,...

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